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  • The ciliated stage is only capable of free life for five or six hours, and if at the end of that time it has not encountered and attached itself to a minnow, it dies.

  • 4, F and G) from the rudd and minnow, the anterior flagellum is well-developed, and the free parts of both are of about equal length.

  • For descriptions of other Cyprinids than the carp, see Goldfish, Barbel, Gudgeon, Rudd, Roach, Chub, Dace, Minnow, Tench, Bream, Bleak, Bitterling, Mahseer.

  • In America the name bream is commonly given to the golden shiner minnow (Abramis chrysoleucus), to the pumpkin-seed sunfish (Eupomotis gibbosus), and to some kinds of porgy (Sparidae).

  • Except the Minnow group, north of Nossi-be, the rest are merely rocky islets, chiefly of coral.

  • caddis grub, worm or minnow to lure a trout to its death.

  • From the tiny minnow to the huge leviathan, do not all creatures that swim in the waters laud and magnify His great Name?

  • Squeezed between DL and Sinn Fein, the WP became electorally a minnow.

  • If you do, did they have a minnow or a shark?

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  • Griffiths, S. W. (1997) Preferences for familiar fish do not vary with predation risk in the European minnow.

  • From the tiny minnow to the huge leviathan, do not all creatures that swim in the waters laud and magnify His great Name?

  • minnow stocks that are set to fly, or dive.

  • I changed the tail fly for a large muddler minnow, greased it up and skated it across the surface.

  • minnow in a great pond of Soul people out there.

  • minnow in terms of mass.

  • muddler minnow, greased it up and skated it across the surface.

  • Some tarantulas will occasionally scavenge, and you can offer a small dead minnow or piece of steak.

  • threadfin shad, golden shiner and fathead minnow.

  • BLEAK, or Blick (Alburnus lucidus), a small fish of the Cyprinid family, allied to the bream and the minnow, but with a more elongate body, resembling a sardine.

  • 5) occurs commonly in the "bladder" of frogs and toads; Diplozoon on the skin of the minnow; Gyrodactylus (figs.

  • The ciliated stage is only capable of free life for five or six hours, and if at the end of that time it has not encountered and attached itself to a minnow, it dies.

  • 4, F and G) from the rudd and minnow, the anterior flagellum is well-developed, and the free parts of both are of about equal length.

  • For descriptions of other Cyprinids than the carp, see Goldfish, Barbel, Gudgeon, Rudd, Roach, Chub, Dace, Minnow, Tench, Bream, Bleak, Bitterling, Mahseer.

  • In America the name bream is commonly given to the golden shiner minnow (Abramis chrysoleucus), to the pumpkin-seed sunfish (Eupomotis gibbosus), and to some kinds of porgy (Sparidae).

  • Except the Minnow group, north of Nossi-be, the rest are merely rocky islets, chiefly of coral.

  • Some tarantulas will occasionally scavenge, and you can offer a small dead minnow or piece of steak.

  • The document covers bluegill, redear sunfish, threadfin shad, golden shiner and fathead minnow.

  • Designate one end of the pool as the "safe zone" and have the minnows wait on the opposite end in the "minnow pond".

  • The shark waits in the center of the pool, but is not allowed to enter the minnow pond.

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